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28 January 2022

Researchers have found a pattern in Conway’s Game of Life that exhibits startling timelessness...

28 January 2022

Looking ahead to Europe's mission to the red planet, and what's next for the James Webb...

27 January 2022

The largest dolphin-like Ichthyosaur fossil to be found in Britain, it's remarkably well preserved too...

26 January 2022

We focus in and reflect on how this star feature of the telescope is maintained.

25 January 2022

Bland, dry and depressing. How our sense of taste remains under researched and pivotal to wellbeing...

25 January 2022

When it comes to the politics of gender, both the religious and the scientific establishments have some hard questions...

24 January 2022

What gives stars that shimmering quality, and why do their colours differ?

20 January 2022

Does choosing better goals make us more likely to achieve them?

19 January 2022

Is it difficult to chill with the cold embracing your feet?

18 January 2022

Think of a robot... Be honest, was your imagination swayed by something out of a sci-fi film?

14 January 2022

Also, Covid vaccine 2.0, and where has the flu gone...

12 January 2022

Why we can now expect the world's most damaged rainforests to recover more quickly than first thought.

12 January 2022

What can astronomers do about potential hazards to humanity from space?

12 January 2022

You'll want to listen well to this piece.

11 January 2022

With the new year kicking off, join us for the science behind the latest headlines.

09 January 2022

Stephen Hawking’s family recently donated his entire archive, from juvenile scribbles to final scientific papers, to...

07 January 2022

And how AI is helping us to better understand their relationship.

07 January 2022

How are modern astronomers are studying black holes and their interactions with the rest of the universe?

07 January 2022

The relationship between the two could change how we treat the disease in the future.

07 January 2022

Previously underestimated IVF embryos could now lead to successful pregnancies.

04 January 2022

We're revisiting our favourite good news stories of 2021

31 December 2021

Join Chris(tmas) Berrow and (s)Leigh "bells" Milner for a festive edition of the Naked Gaming Podcast.

30 December 2021

Low-carbon choices are not sacrificial to a high quality of life but rather improve it...

29 December 2021

At the darkest time of the year, we explore the theological and aesthetic significance of light in all its forms...